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By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely

Baker-Shenk C., Cokely D. American signal language (Clerc Books, Gallaudet collage Press, 1991, 1980)(ISBN 093032384X)(400dpi)(469s)

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Schools work very hard to give a good impression to Ofsted inspectors and visiting dignitaries (and quite right, too), but this must go alongside a concern to give a good impression to all visitors, especially parents of potential pupils, and to all who work and study in the school every day. First days The first day a pupil spends in a school is likely to be quite nerve-wracking to the most confident children, whatever their age. ) Parents want to know, well in advance, exactly what should happen on that day, what equipment and clothing their child should bring, and what to do if things do not go as planned - for example if they might be late, or be unable to collect their child.

When teaching RE, you can involve local religious and non-religious groups concerned with how to live - looking at what difference your beliefs make to your lives. • When teaching science, you can involve local medical services or garden centres - finding out the value of good nourishment, for plants or people. All will be made easier if the approaches to such organizations can be made through parents of current pupils. And all such work would justify contacting local journalists, who enjoy a simple story of school pupils doing something a bit different.

When teaching RE, you can involve local religious and non-religious groups concerned with how to live - looking at what difference your beliefs make to your lives. • When teaching science, you can involve local medical services or garden centres - finding out the value of good nourishment, for plants or people. All will be made easier if the approaches to such organizations can be made through parents of current pupils. And all such work would justify contacting local journalists, who enjoy a simple story of school pupils doing something a bit different.

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